My career began in 2012, with my master’s degree in “institutions and policies for Human Rights and peace” at the University of Padua.
Social inclusion of the Roma
My specific interest in the field of Roma inclusion brought me to Ljubljana, Slovenia, where I participated in various national and European projects related to the social, educational and work inclusion of this people.
I have participated in various international projects involving countries such as Italy, Slovenia, Romania, Bulgaria, and Portugal.
Within these projects, I gained experiences on the field and skills in projects planning and application for European funds.
Reception and inclusion of refugees
The work with the Roma led me to address to the issues related to the reception and inclusion of refugees.
For this reason, I have integrated my training by participating in study seminars in Italy, Slovenia, Austria, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, and Qatar.
In this context, I collaborated with two researches, in Greece and in the Western Balkans, on mapping social development projects where refugees were active participants and organizers.
Subsequently, I worked on reception and inclusion of asylum seekers in the largest asylum seekers centre of Slovenia.
By working in this field, I learned how to solve problems related to conflicts that can arise during the encounter between different cultures and religions.
As part of my collaboration with StudioZuliani, I work on the concept of Inclusive Safety. A new perspective created to rethink safety and prevention considering cultural differences, and the needs of foreign workers in Italy, and of those who work for Italian companies abroad.
I continuously integrated my work experiences by contributing to the cultural development of these themes.
This led me to participate as a speaker, and sometimes as an organizer, in international conferences in Italy, Slovenia, the United Kingdom and Greece, and to publish my contributions in various magazines.